Remove ‘Powered by Joomla!. valid XHTML and CSS’ from Joomla

September 23rd, 2011 by Regaz
1)Open the Root Directory of your Web Domain

2)Go to Templates/yourCurrentTemplate

3)Edit the index.php file

4)Find and Delete the Section Containing something like below

Delete Section with ‘Powered By’

5)Prepare for Inserting a Custom Copyright Notice

Insert this code to Replace the Joomla one:

Joomla How-to Enable Articles Custom Order:

Joomla Articles Custom Order
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11 Responses to “Remove ‘Powered by Joomla!. valid XHTML and CSS’ from Joomla”

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  2. Destructo says:

    Thank you so much for this. This answer was WAY more helpful than the “answer” (which was really a non-answer directing you pick through a FAQ document somewhere) on the Adobe forum.

    This solved my issue immediately. You rock!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you,you are genius man

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Aw man. Thank you, I was going nuts here.

    – Lou.

  6. Anonymous says:

    How do you do this on a Mac Lion?? Sue

  7. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic I have no idea what happens but it works. The problem occured after upgrading my imac to lion… Thanks!!!

  8. Thanks a lot! Installed an SSD vertex 3 and I thought that the first errors were coming already. Changed the scratch disk and it works fine …..

  9. Raven says:

    Are you a god?!
    You solved, with 2 buttons, my problem. Thank you really much!

  10. Hey Guys (.
    Very Glad for Helping You!


  11. thanks for good post. I was facing some issue.